Keto Peanut Butter Milkshake
This ultra-thick and creamy Keto Peanut Butter Milkshake with almond milk is a delicious low-carb shake with no store-bought sugar-free ice cream needed!
An easy 6-ingredient homemade keto milkshake recipe to fix your summer sweet craving with only 3.6 grams of net carbs.
What’s A Keto Milkshake?
A keto milkshake is a sugar-free frothy cold drink usually made of ice cubes, almond milk, and cream.
It doesn’t require store-bought keto ice cream and can be made at 100% at home with the most simple ingredients.
It is a delicious keto snack to refresh in summer or for breakfast on the go.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
This low-carb shake is amazingly rich and tasty but it’s also:
- Refined Sugar-Free
- Dairy-Free Option
How To Make A Keto Peanut Butter Milkshake
Yes, you can have peanut butter on a keto diet as long as you are using unsweetened peanut butter with no added vegetable oils.
However, even if natural peanut butter is keto-friendly, it still contains a decent amount of carbs, so you have to use it sparingly.
That is why this keto milkshake uses only 1 1/2 tablespoon of peanut butter.
It brings out all the peanut butter flavor you are craving without adding too many carbs to your low-carb milkshake.
- Peanut Butter – you can use any nut butter you like. Almond butter is a great option too to decrease carbs. I made this low-carb milkshake many times. Other options that I love are cashew butter, coconut butter, or almond butter. If you have peanuts and no peanut butter, you can make your own peanut butter with my recipe.
- Unsweetened Almond Milk – or unsweetened vanilla almond milk for a hint of vanilla flavor.
- Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
- Chia Seeds – I won’t skip them even if they add 1 gram of net carbs per serving. They thicken the milkshake and add proteins!
- Heavy Cream or use full-fat dairy-free coconut yogurt. Other options are full-fat Greek Yogurt or canned coconut cream.
- Sugar-Free Crystal Sweetener – I love to use Monk fruit crystal sweetener, but you can also replace this with a few drops of liquid stevia. Read my full review of Keto-friendly Sweeteners to learn some more!
- Ice Cubes – that is what makes the drink frothy like a milkshake without using sugar-free ice cream.
Making Keto Milkshake With Almond Milk
This is a keto milkshake recipe using almond milk.
In fact, unsweetened almond milk is the best option to create low-carb smoothies or milkshakes as it is very low in carbs.
To make your favorite low-carb shake, combine all the ingredients in a blender and blend them until it’s smooth and frothy.
Serve the shake in two large cups and drizzle some more peanut butter on top, melted chocolate, and sprinkle a few chopped peanuts.
Serving Keto Milkshake
Honestly, I am having this keto chocolate peanut butter milkshake any time of the day.
I love it for breakfast after a run to reload my body with protein and enjoy a fresh drink.
It’s also a delicious treat in the afternoon during summer or a great dessert alternative when you crave something sweet quickly.
Don’t forget to share a picture of your lovely creation on Instagram!
Keto Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake
Posted In:Almond MilkCocoa PowderHeavy CreamPeanut ButterNo-BakeDairy-Free OptionEgg-FreeGluten-FreeHealthyKetoLow-CarbPaleoVegan OptionVegetarianBreakfastDessertSnackEasy5 Ingredients Or LessUnder 10 Minutes
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